Corvettes on Facebook: Would You Pay $129,899 for this 3LT 2020 Corvette?

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Corvettes on Facebook: Would you pay $129,899 for this 3LT 2020 Corvette?


Well, we knew this was going to happen. The 2020 Corvettes have hit the aftermarket already and the price tags are staggering. We’ve seen several cars now up in the 6-figure range. We recently stumbled across this one on Facebook Marketplace located Indiana and it’s one of the most expensive C8’s we’ve seen so far. Omega Auto Sports has their handsome Black on red 3LT coupe priced at $129,899. That’s for a car with a sticker price somewhere in the mid to upper 80’s.

Corvettes on Facebook: Would you pay $129,899 for this 3LT 2020 Corvette?


The car offered here is one the best combos out there featuring the Black exterior with the Adrenaline Red interior. It’s got the exposed carbon fiber roof panel, carbon flash mirrors, and bright red calipers. Inside we see the 3LT package with carbon fiber trim. It’s got the Z51 suspension with magnetic ride and the engine appearance package. Put all this together you’ve got one of the best color combos out there. Black on red never goes out of style.

Now, dealers marking up new cars is nothing new. We see it all the time, especially on new Corvette models. It’s simple economics and early Corvette demand almost always outpaces available supply. Plus, history tells us that early adopters are generally willing to pay more early in a product’s life just because they need to have it first. With unprecedented demand for the C8 we knew that the markup would be significant. Throw in the COVID-19 mess and the temporary plant shut down and now you’ve got perfect storm. It’s just hard to justify paying all that extra dough when there are still dealers out there willing to sell at MSRP.

Corvettes on Facebook: Would you pay $129,899 for this 3LT 2020 Corvette?


If you’re interested in a C8 Corvette be sure to check out one of our great sponsoring dealers to see what they can do for you. As we always say, do your homework before purchasing your next Corvette.


Source:
Facebook Marketplace via Omega Auto Sports

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11 COMMENTS

  1. I wouldn’t pay that much for that C8 3LT unless I got a code 9000 on the car order I have, said they aren’t going to let me order another and they are discontinuing construction of C8s for ever!

  2. NO I WOULD NOT, NOT EVEN IF I COULD AFFORD IT, I UNDERSTAND THAT IT IS THE UBER TOP OF THE LINE 3LT BUT IT KINDA DEFEATS THE AFFORDABILITY ASPECT THAT IS A BIG SELLING POINT. YES, THERE ARE JOHN Q. DEEPPOCKETS OUT THERE THAT ARE WILLING TO PAY THAT PREMIUM PRICE BUT NOT TOO MANY I’D BET.

  3. Given the COVID19 scare and plunge in the markets you will have plenty of C8’s to buy at MSRP or a discount if you can wait. I pity the fool that pays a big premium!

  4. Why are dealers getting Corvette’s not sold when there are thousands of us patiently waiting for our sold orders to come through. I don’t know about anybody else but I’m getting extremely aggravated over this. GM should not open 2021 early and extend 2020’s until everybody at status 1100 get what the asked for!!

  5. Just because someone is trying to make a fast flip buck on a C8 does NOT mean they’ll get that ridiculous price. They can ask, and some fool will probably pay it, only to have buyers remorse in a year when he sees more of them on the road and the retail value depreciates as every vehicle does over time. Heck, C7’s are being deep discounted and going going gone. SOLD!

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